St. James Cemetery, named for the patron saint of Holy Ghost’s first pastor, Fr. James Hamilton, is administered by Holy Ghost Parish and is located off Harvard Street in Whitman. The Cemetery is frequently visited not only by those who wish to pray for buried loved ones but also by those who seek a quiet, beautiful place to meditate, reflect and pray. Each Memorial Day a service of remembrance and tribute is held at the Cemetery, particularly honoring those who gave their lives in service to our country. In the priests’ section is a marker, donated by the Knights of Columbus Cardinal Spellman Council, Whitman, in prayerful remembrance of the unborn. Cemetery Superintendent Vincent Tonello and his assistant James Lewis constantly maintain the beautiful grounds. For information about St. James Cemetery please phone, write or email:
Holy Ghost Parish, 518 Washington St, Whitman MA 02382
781-447-4421 Extension 18 - email@example.com
All empty, unused, broken or otherwise impaired materials or containers will be removed.
Plants may be no further than 12 inches from headstone.
Unauthorized objects, including plantings (shrubs, trees, etc), stones, bricks, fences, borders, candle holders, statues, etc., may be removed and disposed of by cemetery staff at any time, without notice.
No ball playing, sports, or golfing; No dogs or other animals; No bicycle or motorcycle riding.
Abuse of the cemetery, stealing of flowers, etc. is punishable by law.
This is hallowed ground; please help preserve its beauty and dignity.